England player has been at Goodison since 2002.
Everton have announced that key midfield player Leon Osman has agreed a new deal with the club, reports BBC Sport Online.
The England international has been with the Toffees for his entire career, making his Premier League debut for the Merseysiders 11 years ago.
And in the intervening period, the attacking midfield player has featured in 284 top-flight contests for the club, finding the back of the net on 38 occasions.
Meanwhile overall, Osman has played in 345 matches for Everton, scoring 51 times, form in front of goal that saw the player called up for his first England cap by Three Lions head coach Roy Hodgson last year.
Osman’s previous contract at Goodison Park had been due to run out on 30 June 2014, however, that deal has now been extended by one year to the summer of 2015.
And that means that in all likelihood the 32-year-old will now finish his playing career at Everton.
“I am a player and a fan, I love coming to work every day and I am delighted that’s going to continue,” Osman told the club’s official website.